Pools. Tennis courts. Luxury station wagons. Welcome to Sunnyside. Olivia wants to sleep with her teacher. Harry wants a B&O sound system. Alice want a cure for writer's block. Molly wants to move in with the pool man. Justin wants to kill his ...
Justin wants to kill his mother. Grace wants to be famous, even if she is only eleven. And Scarlett wants what she can't have and will do anything to get it.
'Eloquent, rich, vivid . . . Murray-Smith's novel presents a mirror to the realities of noughties living, where no one is what they seem and relationships are changeable as the house prices' Scotland on Sunday
'Joanna Murray-Smith demonstrates a Stoppardian git for pithily combining intelligence, wit and pathos' Independent (UK)